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Stickman Records

Name
Stickman Records
URL
http://stickman-records.de
Email
stickman@stickman-records.de
Phone
+49-(0)40-726 98 510
Address
Ochsenwerder Elbdeich 140, 21037 Hamburg, Germany
Profile
German label with a lot of Motorpsycho, plus some other artists.
Releases on file (18)
Motorpsycho — Angels and Daemons at Play Motorpsycho — Angels and Daemons at Play
(Stickman Records PSYCHOBABBLE 007, 1997, CD)
Motorpsycho — Trust Us Motorpsycho — Trust Us
(Stickman Records PSYCHOBABBLE 012, 1998, CD)
Motorpsycho — Roadwork Vol. 1: Heavy Metall Iz a Poze, Hardt Rock Iz a Laifschteil - Live in Europe 1998 Motorpsycho — Roadwork Vol. 1: Heavy Metall Iz a Poze, Hardt Rock Iz a Laifschteil - Live in Europe 1998
(Stickman Records 3rd ear 0199, 1999, CD)
Motorpsycho — Let Them Eat Cake Motorpsycho — Let Them Eat Cake
(Stickman Records Psychobabble 023, 1999, CD)
Motorpsycho, The Source & Deathprod — Roadwork Vol. 2: The MotorSourceMassacre - Live at Kongsberg Jazzfestival 1995 Motorpsycho, The Source & Deathprod — Roadwork Vol. 2: The MotorSourceMassacre - Live at Kongsberg Jazzfestival 1995
(Stickman Records 3rd Ear 0200, 1995/2000, CD)
Motorpsycho — Barracuda Motorpsycho — Barracuda
(Stickman Records psychobabble 029, 2001, CD)
Motorpsycho — Phanerothyme Motorpsycho — Phanerothyme
(Stickman Records PSYCHOBABBLE 033, 2001, CD)
Motorpsycho — It's a Love Cult Motorpsycho — It's a Love Cult
(Stickman Records PSYCHOBABBLE 041, 2002, CD)
Motorpsycho — The Tussler Motorpsycho — The Tussler
(Stickman Records PSYCHOBABBLE 044, 1994/2003, CD)
Motorpsycho — Motorpsycho Presents the International Tussler Society Motorpsycho — Motorpsycho Presents the International Tussler Society
(Stickman Records PSYCHOBABBLE 046, 2004, CD)
Motorpsycho — Black Hole / Blank Canvas Motorpsycho — Black Hole / Blank Canvas
(Stickman Records PSYCHOBABBLE 053, 2006, 2CD)
Motorpsycho — Child of the Future Motorpsycho — Child of the Future
(Stickman Records Psychobabble064, 2009, CD)
Motorpsycho — Timothy's Monster Motorpsycho — Timothy's Monster
(Stickman Records PSYCHOBABBLE 068, 1994/2010, 4CD)
Motorpsycho — Heavy Metal Fruit Motorpsycho — Heavy Metal Fruit
(Stickman Records Psychobabble 065, 2010, CD)
Motorpsycho — Roadwork Vol. 4: Intrepid Skronk Motorpsycho — Roadwork Vol. 4: Intrepid Skronk
(Stickman Records Psychobabble 071, 2011, CD)
Motorpsycho — Blissard Motorpsycho — Blissard
(Stickman Records Psychobabble 076, 1996/2012, 4CD)
Motorpsycho and Ståle Storløkken — The Death Defying Unicorn Motorpsycho and Ståle Storløkken — The Death Defying Unicorn
(Stickman Records PSYCHOBABBLE 073, 2012, CD)
Motorpsycho — Still Life with Eggplant Motorpsycho — Still Life with Eggplant
(Stickman Records psychobabble077, 2013, CD)

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